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Best German Movies. Share this page:. Clear your history. Jacqueline Struutz. Rita Struutz. Bernd Amberger. The name Trabant means "fellow traveler," or satellite, and was inspired by the Russian satellite Sputnik, which went into space the year went on sale.
Television ads by the Trabant's maker, the Sachsenring Automobile Works in East Germany, praised the Trabi for offering "a lot of room for your luggage" and for being "agile," "fast," "long-lasting" and "robust," but in reality the car left much to be desired.
At the time the Trabi was launched, Western countries already used cars with cleaner and more efficient engines. The Trabi's own motor was a two-stroke affair with just two cylinders.
It delivered all of 25 horsepower, and took a full 21 seconds to get from 0 to kilometers 60 miles per hour. Its top speed was all of kilometers per hour.
An entirely different perspective The Trabi's a little thing. Just under cm inches long, about cm wide and cm tall.
In today's world of Hummers and other SUVs, it's a real shrimp. While it had a steel frame, the body was made of something called Duroplast -- a form of hardened plastic made of cotton waste from Russia and resins from the East German dye industry.
You had to have yourself put on a list and you had to wait for the car between 11 and 15 years," Drexler said.
The 11 or 15 years was for those lucky enough to be living in Berlin, which enjoyed some advantages over other parts of East Germany.
Those in other places could wait up to 18 years to get their car. Pure luxury. The Trabi was probably one of the only cars that was more expensive to buy used than it was new.
A new Trabi would set you back between 8, and 12, East German marks. For a used car, which you could get much faster, you could pay as much as 4, more.
The Trabi plant in the city of Zwickau churned out around 3. Some were exported to other communist countries. Today, there are still about 58, Trabis in use in Germany, about 85 percent of them in the former East.
When the Berlin Wall fell in , the Trabi was still produced for two more years.